The Maroon and Gold Sunrise Plan for undergraduate students in residence halls provides steps to allow for students to gradually become involved in on-campus life. These steps include limitations designed to reduce COVID-19 transmission.
- For students living on-campus, Housing & Residential Life has taken the following steps:
- Rooms have been measured to ensure there is enough space to maintain the recommended six feet of physical distance while occupying your room at the same time as your roommate.
- Students should review updated policies on the Community Behavioral Standards web page for more information on health, safety, guests, and maximum occupancy.
- University residence halls and apartments will remain open during the Thanksgiving break for students who have housing contracts that extend into the upcoming winter break or who remain in isolation or quarantine.
- Learn what is available on campus during the 2020 fall and winter breaks.
- Students who may be at greater risk due to health complications can request housing accommodations to reduce their risk.
- Housing & Residential Life partners closely with local and state public health officials to address cases of COVID-19 that arise in residential communities. Rooms for isolation and quarantine will be set aside for students with a housing contract who are ill with possible COVID-19 or who have tested positive for COVID-19. Review the MTest Protocols and response to learn more.
For students living in off-campus housing not owned by the University, please view these steps to take if exposed to COVID-19 or receive a confirmed positive test and visit the Office for Off-Campus Living for resources and support.
Last updated November 19